Sure did. Beard is thick, body hair grows like crazy all over my body. My face definitely suffered a bit. I have a pretty good face but since being heavier and using a little more gear it shows. I look more tired, I look meaner/angrier than before even when I'm not.
Yes, definitely. My head is also bigger now than it was before. It's not due to water retention since I have that under control.
The most pronounced changes came from Tren for me personally. It's hard to describe but it's definitely noticeable when compared with older pictures of me. I guess I look more manly than before and the women seem to like the changes so I'm not complaining
Not crazy changes, but especially if i run tren or high dose of masteron my jawline is more pronounced and i have an "angrier" look. Beard and body hairs grow faster and thicker too.
Now, bloating/moonface from high estrogen/prolactin it's a different story, but one letro tab and it's gone the day after.
I'm running HGH for the first time (it has been 7 weeks now), 2 to 4 ius daily. We'll see if there'll be facial changes in the following months.
Not really, but I had allergies all my life I don’t know what I was allergic to mostly pollen and cats but every summer I would have sneezing attacks and itchy, watery eyes and ever since I’ve been on AAS it stopped. I believe steroids cured me!
Hair grows faster with increased protein and collagen. Can't say i had any more follicles after 20 years of use as it is thinned out and receded a lot on my head. Bodies due tend to get fuzzier, at least that is my opinion after 40 years of being around guys in gyms. Chewing 3 pounds of meat a day plus other foods has probably increased the muscle mass in my face and AS would make that more i would guess. People have often have changes to their nose and ears as time goes by as cartilage gets weaker and sags. Growing older in generally sucks and i always suggest people avoid it. But ya tend to have more money as time goes by.
I think so. But I also think it's the fact we move heavy shit and eat lots of food. We have muscles in our faces and they get worked whether we realize it or not. Being on AAS just allows us to grow more so it's more pronounced in some.